Harbor Inn

Address: 716 Flint Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 90744, United States | Inn
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Tuesday 23rd June

A travel blog entry by gemmaelizabeth on Jun 23, 2015

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... Concert Hall for a free audio tour. You can get the hand held devices free of charge if you leave a piece of ID or you can just wonder around by yourself. We picked up our tour and started looking around. The actual buildings and architecture is rather fascinating, however, for me, the whole tour was too much. Overall, if you're interested in architecture and/or music it is a great visit, otherwise it is a nice walk ...

3 in 1

A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Jun 10, 2015

1 comment, 60 photos

... we spent the whole concert dancing. It was a two hour drive back home, and we made it in time to crash into bed. The next day, we headed down to a sushi train restaurant, where we stuffed ourselves for the princely sum of $US12. A far cry from the $80 I have spent at Australian sushi train before! We headed across the road to the mall, which was amazing! It was an outdoor mall complete with grassed areas and a large water fountain. It was easy to see why people would ...

The Master of Menace... Bwah ha haa

A travel blog entry by angeandcam on May 24, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

I LOVE Vincent Price, so yesterday was a super special day when Leslea drove us AALLL the way out to East LA (yep, on "that" freeway again), to see the Vincent Price Art Museum! Cool, huh?

Vincent loved his art and was an avid collector. He believed everyone should be able to access the works of great and lesser known artists and saw that the folk of East LA were missing out. When he died, and ...

Los Angeles: Day 1

A travel blog entry by bronny23 on Feb 12, 2015

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Once we checked in we then headed to TCL to meet at midday for the Starline Grand Tour of LA. Basically a 'see as much as you can' tour in 5 & half hours. We had a lovely guy named Hal driving our small tour group of 10 around LA, Beverly Hills & West Hollywood. Because we were only a small group (normally they fill a coach-sized bus for this tour), we were able to go/do/see more than usual, which was really great! Hal was full ...

Rodeo Drive

A travel blog entry by blakeman on Dec 07, 2014

17 photos

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Once we got down there it was about 10:00am, we window shopped down Rodeo Drive. Shops open here at 12:00pm. I figured celebs are too busy sleeping on their silk sheets while their chef cooks their a-la-carte breakfast by their sun-soaked pool to get here any earlier.

However they already have security in stores keeping watch on the designer items. ...